Heading to Southern Spain on a golf holiday ticks all the boxes for discerning golfers; brilliant weather, outstanding championship courses, delicious cuisines and, perhaps most importantly, affordability.
With all inclusive golf holidays to Spain, you needn’t compromise any of the above and can still experience the best courses that Andalucia has to offer, as well as some of the most luxurious resorts.
The five star hotels and renowned layouts at brilliant venues like El Rompido and Montecastillo can be enjoyed to the fullest, without the worry of spending a small fortune, so why not browse our top all inclusive golf holidays in Spain?
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Montecastillo is one of the leading venues in Andalucia, aware of what makes for the perfect golf holiday and perfect in delivering it to travelling golfers.
In addition to it’s amazing golf course, which features some seriously impressive holes, the resort is great for an all inclusive golf holiday too.
With two championship courses and a five star resort, El Rompido has all the foundations for the perfect all inclusive golf holiday in Spain.
Add to this the reliable climate, extensive facilities and great location near more of Andalucia's best courses, and you’ll regret not choosing this as the destination for your next trip.
Semi All Inclusive is the most popular option at El Rompido
An all inclusive golf holiday to Sol Marbella Estepona is perfect for golfers looking for a choice of courses, premium accommodation and modern facilities.
This large, family friendly resort boasts a great location near Marbella and Estepona, despite having everything you could wish for on-site, however the Costa del Sol coastline is just a short distance away.
Malaga airport is a perfect arrival spot for the Costa del Sol while Andalucia's sunny south-west coast can be reached by flying into Jerez.
Most of the main islands in the Canaries have their own airport which are served by airlines flying from the UK.
Airports in Spain to fly to from the UK
British citizens do not need a visa to enter Spain but must have a valid passport.
Mainland Spain has mild spring & autumns with summers that see hours of sunshine & temperatures in the high 20s.
The Balearics start to heat up in May with the mercury topping 30°C in July & August while the Canaries offer a sub-tropical year long climate.